The heat in New York City has been rough this week, but this Saturday the temp will be back in the high 60s! So get outside and checkout these awesome happenings:
- Batman is having an art show! Well… Val Kilmer is having an art show on Eldridge Street at Woodward Gallery. Details here.
- Brooklyn Half Marathon! If you’re not running, cheer someone on drink in hand.
- Schiller’s Liquor. One of our favorite bar on Rivington Street will be closing at the end of summer… Go there before it is too late 🙁
Photo: Gavin Thomas
Brooklyn luggage storage and lunch? We have you covered.
- Dotory. Located at 353 Broadway, it’s a 3 minute walk away from our storefront. This cute spot has some of the best Korean food in the city. We opt for the lunch special, a perfect balance of seafood, rice, veggies and of course, a fried egg.
- Rosamunde Sausage Grill. Want a juicy bratwurst and cold beer? This is the place. The best part: you can get in and out for $10.
- Sweetgreen. Amped for ramp season? This is the place: healthy, always reliable and local.
- Clems. Sometimes vacation calls for a liquid lunch. And they also have free popcorn!
Best short term luggage storage solution in Midtown, Downtown and Brooklyn.
Taking the Chinatown bus from lower Manhattan? Try our Lower East Side flagship locations at 166 Allen Street.
It’s so easy: no reservation needed. Just drop off your bags at one of our conveniently located locations and we’ll take it from there!
Take it “E”asy…
We actually mean… taking the E train to JFK is super EASY from our midtown location.
Are you planning your next trip to New York City? If so, you’re likely excited about all the sights and attractions you plan to take in during your stay. You may even plan to do some shopping at a store or two! While all of that is exciting and glamorous, one thing you probably aren’t planning on doing is lugging your bags all around the New York City streets.
Are you planning a trip to New York City? If so, you’re likely trying to figure out what you’ll do during your stay. You might be looking into some of the great sightseeing tours or planning to head to some of the city’s most popular destinations. And if so, that’s great! However, if you’re looking for non-touristy things to do in NYC so you don’t have to fight through crowds or pay and arm and a leg, you’ve come to the right place.
To make your stay more enjoyable, we’ve rounded-up some of the best things to do in New York that won’t have you fighting a ton of tourists. So, be sure to add these things to your itinerary for your next stay in the Big Apple…
The new year is underway, and that means businesspeople are starting to plan the trips they’ll take in 2017. At first glance, this travel will seem routine—business travelers will book flights, pack their bags, chart their itineraries, and board their planes for destinations near and far.
In reality, business travelers in 2017 will operate differently than they have in years past. That’s because new and emerging trends are changing the way businesspeople travel. And that’s impacting not only the experiences of businesspeople, but also the travel industry as a whole. Here are five trends that will shape business travel in 2017.
Calling all New York City residents! We have to know… How many times have you missed a package delivery because you weren’t home? How often have you wished you had a doorman to collect your deliveries for you? It’s probably happened more often than you’d like to admit. And the truth is, it’s frustrating.
No one wants to miss an important package delivery. And there certainly isn’t anyone who wants to wait around all day for USPS, FedEx or UPS to finally arrive with their package. Instead of missing your deliveries or having them left on your doorstep, where it could potentially be stolen, you need a solution! So, do you want to know how to get packages delivered in NYC with no doorman? The solution is City CoPilot and our package acceptance service.
By now, you’ve probably heard stories from many people who are making tons of extra cash by being AirBnB hosts. Well, as a host, your primary job is obviously to provide your guests with a great place to stay. However, if you want to make sure your guests are happy and that you become one of those successful AirBnB hosts, you can go above and beyond to grow your reputation (and make even more money). Here are our top eight AirBnB host tips…